In my practice I am interested in the everyday, the ordinary and the overlooked, providing a source for material. These ready-mades become components of the work, a single readymade added together to create an object. The readymade materials links to production/manufacturing, my intention is to input labour into these materials, working in methodical and repetitive ways, combining vast numbers of these materials. With the concept of labour my practice evolved to focus more on repetition and accumulation, leading to an interest in form. Repetition often manifests in the form of grids a constant form present in the day-to-day lives of the masses.